Youth Employment Training ends, activists call for more empowerment
Dec 5, 2011, 1:52 PM
The charge sheet on count one stated that the accused, Wurry Barry, on 15 May 2014, at Kairaba Avenue, in the Kanifing Municipality, broke into the shop of one Charles Objiaku with intent to commit a felony, therein wit stealing.
Count two read that he stole the following items: 100 AH deep cycle battery valued at D8,000, DVD player valued at D2,000, wheelbarrow valued at D2,000, ace laptop and charger value unknown, Ecobank cheque book valued at D50, Rlg mobile phone charger valued at D800 and capital express insurance value unknown, all being the property of the said Charles Objiaku.
He denied the charge and was granted court bail of D25,000 with a Gambian surety who must deposit an ID card.
The case was adjourned till 20 August 2014, for hearing.